13 Steps to Better ANKI Flashcards | Part 1/2

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Anki is a powerful tool for premed and medical students to improve their memory through flashcards. However, as a tool it is often misused and misunderstood. Here’s how you can create more effective flashcards to get the most out of Anki.

Make sure you first watch the Memorization Part 1 video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G49R744t4Ew
Anki Playlist (Cloze Deletions, Image Occlusion Enhanced, etc.): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7K2StK7e3ww&list=PL2ADAFpTg5aYuGojjD_O0mU1uml7Plw2Q
Med School Insiders Tutoring: https://medschoolinsiders.com/services/tutoring/

01:01 1) Keep Your Decks Simple
02:35 2) First Understand, Then Memorize
03:19 3) Lay the Foundations First
03:54 4) Follow the Minimum Information Principle
05:04 5) Cloze Deletions Are Your Best Friend
05:39 6) Use Images, Photos, & Figures

For more helpful tips and study strategies, visit our blog! https://medschoolinsiders.com/our-blog/

Special thanks to Supermemo for their post that helped inspire this: https://www.supermemo.com/en/archives1990-2015/articles/20rules

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